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Haven't found a dwarf in oats that comes close to Morgan, it is really hard to beat. Would like it for stripping. Nassar was crap.
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Haven't found a dwarf in oats that comes close to Morgan, it is really hard to beat. Would like it for stripping. Nassar was crap.
Gonna need to see a picture of Morgan the dwarf stripper...

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Like grandfather in law told me last night talking about the alberta election..... there's a Chinese saying.... "careful what you wish for"

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Exactly - I saw some Morgan oats on some brand new land that was in beautiful shape last Spring at seeding and it was not 3' tall due to not "normal" moisture last year and tendencies of sod. I am pretty happy with hulless oats and actually do not mind the straw it produces as people who feed it like it a lot. So far, it not gone down on me - not even like Morgan, the dwarf stripper - though I have always swathed it.
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I like how you snuck that one in there brazil08... 🙂

I just was bs'ing with a local grower and he suggested CS Camden... said it yields good and stands well... anyone else given that one a whirl??

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2 years with Camden stands really good, this years going to try it against Morgan and Or3542. We seeded it early and straight combined it after all the snow and rain,was still standing,,still made #2, 45 lbs/bushel. yeilded well over 100,,
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I just was bs'ing with a local grower and he suggested CS Camden... said it yields good and stands well... anyone else given that one a whirl??
Not Alberta but I tried Camden and under high input/fungicide the straw would not mature even when the grain was ready. Had to swath and wait for it to cure. Was 15 bushels less than Summit in a side by side. I wouldn't go near that variety again personally. Summit has been very good here and millers like it, although it can shatter in high wind when it's ripe. Manipulator makes every variety a dwarf one(relatively speaking) but check with your buyer on that before spraying.

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We are going to try Camden this year. We always swath it anyways so not too concerned about the straw staying green. Hope it turns out better than Souris did the 2 times we grew it. Always had good luck with Triple Crown, but can't find seed for it anymore. It maybe wasn't the highest yield, but was always consistent no matter the year.

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